OWC announces storage, connectivity solutions for new iPad Air, Mac Studio

OWC Envoy Pro SX

OWC has announced new storage and connectivity products for new iPad Air with M1 and Mac Studio. They include:

° The OWC Envoy Pro SX (pictured) is a rugged portable SSD that delivers real-world speeds up to 2847MB/s with Thunderbolt and USB4 equipped Mac’s while being dust/drop/waterproof for transferring gigabytes of data in seconds anywhere. It’s available in the following capacities 240GB, 480GB, 1TB, and 2TB. Prices range from US$179 to $499.

° OWS Atlas S. Pro: a flash storage solution available in 32GB, 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB in prices ranging from $39 to $249.

° OWS Ministrack STV: a stackable, Thunderbolt hub expansion solution in prices ranging from $299 (a do-it-yourself enclosure) to $1,249 (18TB).

° OWC ThunderBlade: An external SSD/Thunderbolt 3 port available in the following capacities 1TB, 2TB, 4TB, 8TB, 16TB and 32TB. Prices range from $949 to $6,799.

° OWC ThunderBay: very high end ThunderBay storage solutions in prices ranging from $499 to $1,199.

Regarding the iPad Air, OWC offers:

° The OWC Envoy Pro Elektron, a slim, portable SSD available in the following capacities 240GB, 480GB, 1TB, and 2TB in prices ranging from $99 to $349.

° OWC Mercury Elite Pro Dual: a storage solution/three-port hub available in capacities ranging from 2TB, 4TB, 8TB, 12TB, 16TB, 24TB, 28TB, 32TB and 36TB with prices ranging from $299 to $999.

° The $54.99 USB-C Travel Dock with five ports of connectivity.

° The $179 OWC Thunderbolt Hub with four Thunderbolt (USB-C) ports and one USB port.

° The $24 Thunderbolt 4/USB-C cable.

Dennis Sellers
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